Do you feel your mineral foundation dries or streaks your skin?
You should investigate the ingrediens in your mineral foundation. Often the course is the use of cheap fillers which dilutes the minerals. Among cheap fillers you should look for riceflour, cornflower and talc.
Once a mineral foundation has been diluted it can’t cover as well. You will notice streaks and you do not feel you can cover impurties. Often you are told you need a primer makeup product under or you need to use a finisher or vail to finish off your mineral makeup.
This is not necessary at all one mineral foundation product is enough and will cover if it contains 100% pure minerals.
Talc is very drying on your skin. If you have dry skin in the first place, talc will only dry out your skin more and you will feel your foundation cakes or streakes in pactches on your skin.
Talc is and overlooked ingrediens when it comes to makeup. You will see talc in both liquid foundations and in mineral foundations. Talc is a cheap filler in cosmetics and you should look out for this ingredient in your makeup. Often listed as first ingrediens on the label.
I have chosen not to use cheap fillers and talc in this dark mineral foundation to your advantage.
Why this dark mineral foundation covers naturally with a satiny creamy finish.
Made with 100% pure natural ingredients for the benefit of your skin.
You simply adjust coverage by buffing more or less of the mineral powder on the skin. Easy to apply every time.
Organic Make mineral dark foundation is suitable for darker and tanned skin types. Also suitable for ethnic skintypes.
How to apply dark mineral foundation
Application is super simple, just tip a tiny amount of product into the lid of the container, swirl your Kabuki brush around in the dark mineral powder and tap the excess off on the edge of the lid before buffing the mineral powder on the skin using circular movements.
CI 77019 (Mica), CI 77891 (Titanium Dioxide), CI 77947 (Zinc Oxide), Kaolin (Clay)
May Contain +/- CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499 (Iron Oxides ), CI 77007 (Ultramarine Blue), CI 77861 (Tin Oxide)